Founder, Sara joined females at lunch to share an insight into her work and creative practice, including the It's OKAY Project. Sara was joined by artist Annie Mays, who also gave a talk about her art work.
Hosted by Invona Consultancy UK
This sessions was held on the 31st of March. In this third UK space, we had a chat with female creatives:
Sara Prinsloo: Her artwork is an exploration of her own working-class, female identity, infused with style inspiration from street culture and its subcultures. With a BA in Fine Arts and a MA in Illustration, she has delved in sculpture design and investigation, prop making, illustration, private commission work and workshop sessions. Sara is also the founder of a mental health, creative, not for profit company, the It’s OKAY Project LTD which was created in memory of a loved one, lost to suicide.
Annie Mays: Self-taught sculpture and 3D paint artist from Singapore. She runs workshops as a volunteer for refugees, asylum seekers and immigrants to break down barriers through painting and crafts.
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